• Limber Komodo Lizard Shows Off Its Dance Skills

    This crazy Komodo definitely isn't camera shy as it shows off its dance skills for a lucky photographer. Although the limber Rumbaing lizard was busy hunting insects, it still had time to stop and perform a quick dance before dashing off into the bushes in search of its next meal.
  • Baby Berber Monkey

    This 12-week-old baby Berber monkey, who lost its mother during birth, is being photographed for a story on monkey-rearing.
    imago stock&people/Newscom
  • Bear Goes 'Gangnam Style'

    A young bear in a Finland gets down "gangnam style" as his mother looks on.
    Mark Sisson/RexUSA
  • Squirrel Goes Water Skiing

    A lemur shows some fantastic dance moves on Aug. 9, 2013 in Liverpool, England.
  • Fox Takes Over as Photographer

    Twiggy, the Waterskiing Squirrel, from Deltona, Fla., rides behind a remote-controlled boat during a performance on Aug. 3, 2013, at the Family Fun Zone in St. Joseph, Mich.
    Don Campbell/The Herald-Palladium/AP Photo
  • Fox Takes Over As Photographer

    This fox experienced life on the other side of the lens after spotting the unattended camera at a campsite in the north-west of Canada. Photographer, Michaela Walch, heard foxes were common at the site and so decided to put some food out to attract the animals. She fed the foxes for several days and after leaving her camera equipment unattended she glanced up and found this creature behind it.
    Michaela Walch/Caters News
  • 'Zorro' the Pig Hangs Ten

    A white tiger and lion cuddle as they sleep at the Jungle Island in Miami, Fla.
    Courtesy Jungle Island
  • Piglet Goes Surfing!

    Zorro, the piglet has become a global sensation after being taught to surf by its owner. Two-month-old Zorro has been hitting the waves since his owner Matthew Bell took him surfing when he was just three weeks old. The crossbreed pig has now become a global sensation after footage of him showcasing his unusual talent went viral.
    Caters News Agency
  • Baby Chimp Loves Brushing His Teeth

    Huddled together with their arms around one another, these little monkeys look more than happy to pose for the camera, March 14, 2013. The adorable images were taken at Jigokudani monkey Park in Japan - a hotspot for tourists who visit the park in their droves to see the snow monkeys bathing in the parks hot springs.
    Chinping Goh/Caters News
  • Green Otters

    Little Mladatko is adamant about his dental care. He was snapped going through his morning ritual of brushing his teeth at the Bratislava Zoo in Slovakia, Feb. 26, 2013. The baby chimp will be celebrating his second birthday next month.
    Jutta Kirchner/Caters News
  • Like a Person? Bear Uses Tool

    Two female North American River Otters are shown at the Seneca Park Zoo in Rochester, N.Y., Feb. 27, 2013. The Otters have been trained by zookeeper Catina Wright to take soda bottles and place them into recycling bins.
    Annette Lein/Democrat & Chronicle/AP Photo
  • Kangaroo Relaxes at Zoo

    This very relaxed kangaroo was seen lounging around Suzhou Zoo in China's Jiangsu province, almost as if it were posing with a picture, with a eerily human-like mannerisms.
    HAP/Quirky China News/Rex /Rex USA
  • Animals: They're Just Like Us

    This Brown Bear repeatedly picks up barnacle-encrusted rocks in shallow water, manipulated and re-oriented them in its forepaws, and used them to rub its neck and muzzle, as highlighted in Dr. Volker Deecke's study, titled "Tool-use in the Brown Bear."
    Dr. Volker Deecke
  • Animals: They're Just Like Us

    According to Dr. Volker Deecke's study, the bear probably used the barnacle-encrusted rocks to relieve irritated skin or to remove food-remains from the fur.
    Dr. Volker Deecke
  • Animals: They're Just Like Us

    "This is the first report of tool-using behavior in a wild Brown Bear. The use of tools is more common among primates but has also been documented in birds, fishes and invertebrates," wrote Dr. Volker Deecke.
    Dr. Volker Deecke
  • Scooter-Riding Dog in Times Square!

    Norman, the shaggy dog who became a YouTube star for riding around his Georgia neighborhood on a scooter, showed off his skills in Times Square on "Good Morning America." His owner, Karen Cobb, taught the Briard to scoot when he was just a puppy.
    ABC News
  • Frozen in Time: A Dog Drying Off

    This dolphin, seen off the western coast of Australia, traps small fish in conch shells with its beaks, then brings the shells to the surface and shakes them to get the fish out.
    Courtesy Murdoch University
  • Purple Squirrel Found in Pa.

    According to the Daily Mail, the image of the mammal in need of the almighty was taken by Marac Andrev Kolodzinski. Kolodinski, 49, told the paper he spent two hours in the cold to get the shot.
    Marac Andrev Kolodzinski/Caters News/Zuma
  • Animals: They're Just Like Us

    This 2 1/2-year-old female gorilla, named Itebero, is seen smashing palm nuts between rocks in a "hammer and anvil" technique, at the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International sanctuary in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo.
    Anjan Sundaram/AP Photo
  • Animals: They're Just Like Us

    A female gorilla named Efi uses a stick to poke the ground in an area called Mbeli Bai in the Republic of Congo's Nouabal-Ndoki National Park. Biologists have documented gorillas in the wild using simple tools, such as poking a stick in a swampy pool of water to check its depth.
    Thomas Breuer/Wildlife Conservation Society/AP Photo
  • Animals: They're Just Like Us

    Showing off his skills, Bashkir Pony Gray gallops around with a ball that is seemingly glued to his hooves as he dazzles onlookers with his impressive touch. Shifting side to side through the snow, Gray appears to have mastered passing, dribbling and shooting thanks to hours of practice.
    Caters News
  • Animals: They're Just Like Us

    Karishma, a 13-year old female Asian elephant, who has become the zoo's "resident artist," uses her trunk to wield a brush and paint on canvas at Whipsnade Zoo, in Bedfordshire, central England.
    Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images
  • Animals: They're Just Like Us

    These crows were spotted in Russia using the lid of a can to slide down a snow-covered roof. They can't seem to get enough of the game so they carried the "sled" back up to the top of the roof to slide down it again and again.
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